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scanning line

[′skan·iŋ ‚līn]
(communications)
In television, a single, continuous, narrow strip which is determined by the process of scanning.
Path traced by the scanning or recording spot in one sweep across the subject copy or record sheet.
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Target and scanning line with hole in middle which means that their function value not converged.
Compared with the uniformity scanning strategy, the chessboard scanning strategy has shorter scanning path, the processing time interval of the two adjacent scanning lines becomes smaller, and the energy dissipation is reduced.
Metal elements of Al, Ca, Fe, K, Mg, and Na formed two peaks, which were seen at the intersection of the scanning line and the particle profile.
The white dashed lines superimposed onto the button images in Figures 4(a) and 4(b) show an example of a scanning line in the raster scan on the touch screen LCD monitor.
And find another scan line that is closest to the measurement point in the measurement points on [l.sub.k] and [l.sub.k+1] and connect, where the area between the scanning lines [l.sub.k] and [l.sub.k+1] is divided into r (r [greater than or equal to] t - 1) spatial regions.
The contract is the supply of hardware and software for the computerization of internal and external processes Office implementation of a comprehensive information system, including links to the registers of public administration, consolidation and modernization of technological architecture and increase system security, document digitization, including through scanning lines provide service for 5 years.
The scanning lines of microscopes instead of actual gratings can be regarded as reference gratings, and the implements of high-resolution microscope moire methods are fairly simple.
Due to the increased scanning lines and double the resolution as compared to standard HD LCDs, the Full HD 1080p shows the world truly picturesque.
If a ball is traveling along this diamond pattern it is perturbed by the bumper when it rasters into the trajectory.Think of rastering like the way a television image works, with a pattern of scanning lines that cover the area on which the image is projected, or a set or horizontal lines composed of individual pixels that are used to form an image on a computer screen.
In Everything I Need, a dual video projection--one panning through the empty cabin of a 1970s airplane interior, the other scanning lines of text--represents the return journey of 81-year-old Wolff to Berlin for the first time since her arrest by the Gestapo in 1933 for being dressed as a man, and thus "spying." Linked to an invitation by Berlin lesbian activists in 1978, Buckingham's installation recounts how Wolff inadvertently came to write her later studies in sexual behavior because of her expulsion from Germany in 1933 and subsequent inability to practice medicine elsewhere.
Previous consumer 3D display systems have encountered many different problems, including reduced vertical resolution caused by a 3D display method that divides the scanning lines between the left and right eyes, and picture quality degradation caused by pixel skipping that results from the squeezing of two (left and right) screens' worth of full HD images into one screen's worth of data capacity for image storage and transmission.

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